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When I write a formula in a DisplayFormula or DisplayFormulaNumbered cell, I like to use "traditional notation", i.e. function-parenthesis-argument instead of function-squarebracket-argument. However, Mathematica then always puts empty space between the two:

example of the problem

and the space gets even bigger when I use indices:

another example of the problem

How can I prevent this?

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One way is to select (at the right margin) the cell with the formula, go to Menu/Cell/ConvertTo/TraditionalForm. Take care to type f[x], rather than f(x).

Another way would be to use JournalArticle StyleSheet, rather than the Default one.

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